30 Lyme, United States
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My self-summary
Born in CA, raised in VT. Oldest son of a big family. All-around nice guy, funny without being desperate about it, loves his vices (weed, bourbon, and Ken Burns documentaries, mainly.) Listens to death metal, hip hop, and classical. Can rock a suit when needed but most comfortable in blue jeans and band t-shirts. Has always been skinny but likes to chow down on weird cuisine. Anticipating silver-fox status. Raising a 2yr old pit-boxer mix and trying not to spoil her rotten. Indifferent to sports or cars or guns but loves the outdoors. Will talk for hours about movies and comic books.

Looking for funny, geeky, kinky, curious, kind.
What I’m doing with my life
Managing a Bed and Breakfast, writing/drawing a graphic miniseries, raising a doggie.
I’m really good at
- Writing.
- Drawing.
- Using antiquated phrases like "swell!", "jolly good!", and "look here, what's the big idea?" in everyday conversation.
- Getting people to chill out (weed helps)
- Walking
- Skipping meals.
- Headbanging. Preferably while air-drumming.
- Forgiveness.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm tall, skinny, and remind you of Adrien Brody (I get that rather a lot. It's a flattering comparison, he's a handsome fella, but it wins you no points for originality).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A sampler: Dune, Lawrence of Arabia, Queens of the Stone Age, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Michael Crichton, Metalocalypse, Cool Runnings, Neil Young, Dashiell Hammett, Rocko's Modern Life, Mastodon, Neil Gaiman, Blade Runner, Lost, Donna Tartt, Titus Andronicus, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Ken Burns, Firefly, Seven Samurai, Rome, Bret Easton Ellis, The Decemberists, A Hard Day's Night, Battlestar Galactica, Wu-Tang Clan, Deadwood, Do The Right Thing, Monty Python, Hans Zimmer, The New World, Robotech, Tool.

I like food from all over the world.
The six things I could never do without
- My family, my friends, and my dog.
- Red meat.
- Boundless imagination.
- Weed.
- Batman.
- The kindness of strangers.

- A loophole.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- My thirties. How I'm gonna live, where I'm gonna go, who I'm gonna be with.

- The mounting evidence that our world, both as a society and as an ecosystem, will soon implode like a submarine at crush depth.

- American history. I mean like deep history, though, like pre-Columbus.

-Depraved scenarios of uncontrollable lust and Bacchanalian abandon.

-And, like everyone, my survival strategy re: the zombie apocalypse.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably at the inn (I live there as well as work there, y'see). Weekends are our busy times so I'm more likely to be out on a weeknight.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
-I had my heart utterly broken for maybe the first time ever, but it was worth it for that feeling of true love and companionship.
-I'm a profoundly average cook, and I'm okay with that.
-I have a weakness for nonwhite and/or androgynous women.
-I was ejected from my grade-school soccer league as a kid because I wouldn't stop acting like a dinosaur during games.
You should message me if
you aren't looking for something serious (I'm not), yet open to the possibility (I am).

there's something about me you find intriguing, or if you want to get to know me a little better. Or you're looking for a drinking/hiking/dog-walking companion.